Residential properties - Wrotham Hill Road

This page lists the residential properties in Wrotham Hill Road which runs from the junction with Tumblefield Road in an easterly direction where it joins Platt House Lane at the junction with Fairseat Lane. The Stansted Parish boundary roughly follows the road and properties in the Parish of Wrotham have been included for completeness.
Please get in touch with the Society should you have further information on any of the properties listed or suggest any alterations or additions.

Grove Cottage

To be completed

Beech Cottage

To be completed

Windy Ridge

To be completed

Cornfields

To be completed

Wayside

To be completed

The Gate House West

To be completed

The Gate House East

To be completed

Wrotham Hill Farmhouse

To be completed

Wrotham Hill Manor

To be completed

Coldharbour

Coldharbour is a 16th-century farmhouse (restored) and is prominently shown on maps from about 1800 onwards. It has a presumed Saxon earthwork 100 metres to its north. It is well known for being the home of a local celebrity and eccentric Colonel Alfred Wintle until his death in 1966. It was Grade II listed in 1984.

Cedar Cottage

To be completed

Greenends

To be completed

Park Head Cottage

To be completed

Park Head Lodge

To be completed

1 Park Head Cottages

To be completed

2 Park Head Cottages

To be completed

Hill Park Farm

To be completed

Greenhill Cottage

The property is in the Parish of Wrotham and is located past the industrial units and at the very end of the track.

Oakfield

To be completed

Shortlands

To be completed

Keepers Cottage

To be completed

Park Head

To be completed

Platt House

This farmhouse was built prior to 1789 when it was occupied by Thomas Fulljames, a shopkeeper from Wrotham. In 1841 the farm was run by John Jull and comprised 67 acres of arable land, meadow, and hops. In 1907 76 acres of land (which currently forms Manor Farm) was sold to Sir Philip Waterlow and in 1935 21 acres of land were transferred by Cortlandt and Grace Taylor to enable the creation of Margaret Macmillian Study Centre. By 1941 the farmhouse and remaing land (141 acres) were owned by Lady Nancy Astor and in 1959, she sold the farmland to Laurence Betts, leaving Platt House iteslf with about 4 acres of land. The house was extended in 2004 with the creation of an indoor swimming pool and, at the time of writing in 2022, has just undergone an extensive refurbishment. The Parish boundary runs just to the north and this property is consequently in the Parish of Wrotham.

Fairseat Court Farm

The property became a residential dwelling in 1992 having previously been rural buildings in the farmyard of Platt House (Platt House Farm). For a period in the 1970s and 1980s, the buildings were used as an equine therapy farm by L. Betts Ltd. The Parish boundary runs just to the north and this property is consequently in the Parish of Wrotham.